You may recall model and designer Tori Praver's wedding in the pages of our magazine last year which featured a custom-made Mara Hoffman wedding gown. It was a stunner. Fashion designer Mara Hoffman is known for her exotic, wildly-patterned, bohemian frocks and swimwear that transport you to a far-away land. We were thrilled to hear that she was dipping into the world of bridal and her collection, Devotional Collection's Second Offering, doesn't disappoint. In fact, it is completely awe-inspiring. With nature and mythology as her muse, Mara's bridal gowns are intended to be worn by the free-spirited devotees of love. The gowns even draw their names from goddesses across time and cultures..."folding the life, magic, wisdom, and intellect those stories carry into the bride's own."

Delicately crafted from silk georgettes and chiffons, the gowns feature hand beaded and sequin embellishments, braided embroidery, and fringe detail. The collection consists of eight gowns, a sheer sequin veil, and a fringe dashiki. 

Photography by Olivia Malone | Creative Direction + Styling by Richard Ruiz | Hair + makeup by Ashlee Rose Clay | Floral Design by Wild Vase | Model: Natalie Hockey for Next Model Management